International Society of University Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ISUCRS)
Société internationale des professeurs en maladies du côlon et du rectum
Societas Internationalis Universitaria Chirurgorum Colonis et Recti
1962-11-24 Mexico City Mexico
Founded 24 Nov 1962, Mexico City (Mexico). Most recent statutes adopted 1990.
Contribute to the progress of colon and anorectal surgery; organize international meetings and congresses for exchange of scientific knowledge.
Events2020-11-11 | Yokohama, Japan – Biennial Congress
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Congress (normally every 2 years). Executive Council, consisting of Director, President, President-Elect, Past-President, Vice-President, Secretary-General, Secretary of Treasury, Director of International Advisory Committee, Associate Director-General, Associate Secretary-General, Associate Treasurer, Associate Director of International Advisory Committee. Continental Vice-Presidents appointed by Executive Council: Africa; Western Asia; Eastern Asia; Australia; Northern Europe; Western Europe; Eastern Europe; Central Europe; Southern Europe and Mediterranean; Northeastern North America; Southern North America; Central North America; Southwestern North America; Northwestern North America; Western North America; Mexico Central America; Northern South America; Southern South America; USSR; United Kingdom; China; Spain. Committees (6): Audio-Visual; Bylaws; Future Meeting Site; Membership; Nomination; Program.
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